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gully.moy
gully.moy 8 years ago

Yeah, probably is.

FAF
FAF 9 years ago

Were as follows: http://www.mushroom.pro/a_1k/pages/Lenti...
I tried to take pictures underneath, but went out of focus.

gully.moy
gully.moy 9 years ago

I suppose that is quite likely. I just ruled it out because it's so extremely shaggy and the colours look somewhat different. I assume it had gills underneath the cap and not pores?

FAF
FAF 9 years ago

gully.moy, could be Lentinus crinitus?

gully.moy
gully.moy 9 years ago

I doubt it's Strobilomyces with that deep central depression. looks like a Lentinus species to me, but I haven't seen one like it before. Damn cool that's for sure!

FAF
FAF 9 years ago

Thanks, Jared_C. I'll search for it.

Thanks, Sckel

Sckel
Sckel 9 years ago

Cogumelos interessantes, FAF.

JC_Forester
JC_Forester 9 years ago

This may be Strobilomyces species.

FAF
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Palmas, TO, Brazil

Spotted on May 16, 2013
Submitted on May 16, 2013

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